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Nomo1 Database Proposal Final
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  • WHAT WE KNOWinstructional designer, Stan Tocchet, to interview Byron Nelson, CEO of NOMO Auto Group
  • WHAT WE KNOWinstructional designer, Stan Tocchet, to interview Byron Nelson, CEO of NOMO Auto Group
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    • 1. Database Design Proposalfor  NOMO Auto Group
      teamSOLUTIONS
      Martin Castner, Bryant Crone, Mike Holden,
      Brianna Malcolmson, & Josh Wentz
      1
      October 26, 2009
    • 2. teamSOLUTIONS
      2
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 3. project manager
      Josh Wentz
      3
    • 4. existingPROBLEMS
      DE-CENTRALIZED
      each of the dealer’s inventory information is contained within their own location and is not centrally located for distribution
      using an Excel spreadsheet at each dealership
      INACCESSIBLE 
      if one person has the spreadsheet open and is entering data, others can’t get access to it
      people will save personal copies of the spreadsheet for their own use
      STATIC
      go and actually find the car to double check
      spending too much time and money making phone calls and faxing inventory sheets between dealerships
      Not all of the salespeople update the spreadsheets at each location in a timely manner
      update the main spreadsheet at the end of each month
      INSECURE
      every employee should not be able to access certain information
      SUSCEPTIBLE TO INPUT ERRORS
      forgetting to go back and enter data into it or entering incorrectly = inaccurate data
      COMPLICATED
      dealership doesn’t really have anyone who specializes in the spreadsheets who can show us how to efficiently work with them
      4
      ANALYZEDESIGN DOCUMENT DEVELOP
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 5. existingPROBLEMS
      5
      projectSOLUTIONS
      ANALYZEDESIGN DOCUMENT DEVELOP
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 6. projectSOLUTIONS
      CENTRALIZED
      database housed in one location
      each of the dealer's inventory
      listing of all automobiles currently owned by NOMO & dealership location
      ACCESSIBLE
      many people can access the database at the same time
      employees from each location can access the same database
      REAL-TIME
      database is automatically updated throughout each location as soon as someone inputs information
      up to date inventory
      up to date sales information
      SECURE
      keep each individual’s commission private
      none of the salespeople know what other salespeople are making in terms of commission
      SAFEGUARDS INPUT ERRORS
      check in the system to maintain data integrity if employee enter a wrong amount for a car we receive
      USER-FRIENDLY
      streamlined & integrated: login, input, compiled
      6
      ANALYZEDESIGN DOCUMENT DEVELOP
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 7. projectSOLUTIONS
      CHOICES
      7
      ANALYZEDESIGN DOCUMENT DEVELOP
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 8. database administrator
      Bryant Crone
      8
    • 9. databaseSOLUTIONS
      NEW DATABASE
      Structure
      How it relates to original spreadsheet
      Will directly relate to company needs
      9
      ANALYZEDESIGN DOCUMENT DEVELOP
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 10. 10
      Entity-Relationship Diagram
    • 11. web developer
      Martin Castner
      11
    • 12. webSOLUTIONS
      LOGIN PROCESS
      WEB INTERFACE
      Anyone, anywhere, from any computer with security access can view the database through a web browser
      SECURITY
      Mock-Up Examples…
      12
      ANALYZEDESIGN DOCUMENT DEVELOP
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 13. Sortable
      Columns
      Simple
      Search
      13
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 14. Simpler
      Data Entry
      14
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 15. Customizable
      Reports
      15
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 16. security director
      Brianna Malcolmson
      16
    • 17.
      • YOUR NEEDS
      • 18. Each employee of NOMO Auto Group needs access to different parts of the database.
      • 19. Data needs to be protected from employees who do not need to access it.
      • 20. Data needs to be protected from outsiders trying to attack the system and alter data.
      • 21. Secrecy, Integrity, Availability…
      securitySOLUTION
      17
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 22.
      • Secrecy, Integrity and Availability can all be achieved by creating a individual account system and using Discretionary Access Control to determine who has access to what data.
      • 23. Each employee is assigned a user account name and password.
      • 24. To access the database they will need to enter their user-name and password.
      • 25. Permissions assigned to each user group
      • 26. DBA assigns and updates permissions exclusively
      securitySOLUTION
      18
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 27. USER TYPE
      CONTACT INFO
      GROSS SALES, COMMISSIONS
      ALL SALES
      INDIVIDUAL/ PERSONAL SALES
      INVENTORY
      DBA
      Y
      Y
      Y
      Y
      Y
      CEO/MANAGER OF SALES
      Y
      Y
      Y
      Y
      Y
      GENERAL MANAGER/ OPERATIONS MANAGER
      Y
      Y
      Y
      Y
      Y
      SALES PERSON
      Y
      N
      N
      Y
      Y
      USER DATA READ PERMISSIONS: Y/N?
      securitySOLUTION
      19
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 28. USER TYPE
      CONTACT INFO
      GROSS SALES, COMMISSIONS
      ALL SALES
      INDIVIDUAL/ PERSONAL SALES
      INVENTORY
      DBA
      Y
      Y
      Y
      Y
      Y
      CEO/MANAGER OF SALES
      Y
      Y
      N
      N
      Y
      GENERAL MANAGER/ OPERATIONS MANAGER
      Y
      N
      N
      N
      Y
      SALES PERSON
      Y
      N
      N
      Y
      N
      USER DATA WRITE PERMISSIONS: Y/N?
      securitySOLUTION
      20
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 29. ADDITIONAL PROTECTION
       
      • When employee is signed into data base, password re-entry will be required to view restricted data.
      • 30. After five minutes of inactivity, the system will log the user out automatically.
      • 31. Both are controls to prevent unauthorized access in the case of a user forgetting to log out after use.
      • 32. If a user forgets their password they must request a new one by answering their secret question 
      • 33. Passwords are encrypted and stored in the database.
      securitySOLUTION
      21
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 34. business relations director
      Mike Holden
      22
    • 35. businessSOLUTION
      Business Relations Director
      potential business impacts
      Company to client liason
      Business Relations Director
      Company to client liason
      How will the database impact NOMO's business process?
      Improve management issues
      Streamline current processes
      Improve Inventory control
      Track sales precision
      Accessible salesperson contact information
      Other Business Process Benefits
      Will provide training to NOMO employees once the system is implemented
      23
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 36. the X factor
      team  SOLUTIONS
      24
    • 37. theXfactor
       DESIGN
      User-Friendly Design
      Visually Appealing Interface
      ACCESS
      Automatic compilation of sales report
      Real-time view of summary for board to view at any time
      SUPPORT
      Business Relations Director is there for you
      Liason: Client to Company
      Security vulnerability scanning on a monthly basis
      Software update checking daily
      On going tech support (24hr/day)
      25
      What makes us unique?
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 38. "MySQL vs. SQL Server." Custom Software Development.
                Tometa Software. Web. 26 Oct. 2009. http://www.tometa
                 software.com/mysql_vs_sqlserver.asp.>
       
      "MySQL or SQL Server: Look beyond politics and hype when 
                deciding which to use." TechRepublic Articles. CBS
                Interactive Inc., 18 Mar. 2003. Web. 26 Oct. 2009. 
                <http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10878_11-           1054385.html>.
      bibliography
      26
      teamSOLUTIONS
    • 39. QUESTIONS?
      teamSOLUTIONS
      Martin Castner, Bryant Crone, Mike Holden,
      Brianna Malcolmson, & Josh Wentz
      27

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